Sunday, July 22, 2012

#97 The Weekly News

This guy has great sideburns.

Tour de France has first British winner

Britain’s Bradley Wiggins wins Tour de France as ‘God Save the Queen’ echoes in Paris

Ethiopian activists, journalist jailed

Eskinder Nega and 23 others were accused of having links to an opposition group called the Ginbot Seven.
Focusing on the concept

Syrian rebellion reaches capital city

Revolutionaries closing in on the capital challenges long-held assumptions about President Bashar al-Assad’s hold on power.

Senkaku Islands debate create tension between Japan and China

Japan’s ambassador to China has been recalled amid dispute over the ownership of these five uninhabited islands.
One of my favorites. It feels good to let loose with my art and have fun with it!

Greenland’s Petermann glacier loses major mass

Chunk “twice the size of Manhattan” or 46 square miles that just split off this week.
Here's the actual glacier.  That's impressive o.O

Thursday, July 19, 2012

#96 OH YEAH I made a sculpture.

I made this guy at the end of this school year.  It was my second official sculpey sculpture thingy.
 I am pretty proud of it and would love to mess around with this sculpture business more in the next couple months!

This was for the fact "Vikings, despite common belief, were actually extremely clean and hygienic."  My viking dude is using the poor guy's helmet to shave. 

Ah yes, he looks even more beautiful against my crapy pleather couch.

Friday, July 13, 2012

#95 Design in limied time!

16Billion is offered in aid to Afghanistan over four years

Donors from about 70 countries and organizations, at a one-day conference in Tokyo, set a baseline for aid in this crucial period.

Barclays Chairman Agius steps down amid rate-fixing scandal

Last week, U.S. and British hit Barclays with fines totaling $453 million for submitting false data on interbank borrowing rates.

Pakistan to open supply routes after U.S. apology

Hillary Clinton says Pakistan agreed to reopen U.S. lines into Afghanistan after she apologized for a November airstrike.

Scientists discover subatomic particle at the center of everything

Dubbed the Higgs boson, the particle is thought to permeate the universe. It reportedly imbibes everything we can see and touch with mass.

Europe, China slash interest rates in hopes of recovery

The measures reflect a sense of urgency about faltering economies , even as elected policymakers haggle over their own long-term responses.

Floods in India leave 95 dead, millions homeless

Flooding, described by India’s prime minister as the worst in recent times, has left at least 95 dead and almost 2 million others homeless in the country’s remote Assam state.

India may provide free drugs at state-run hospitals

New Delhi is completing a proposal to provide hundreds of essential drugs free to patients in government-run clinics and hospitals.

Saturday, July 7, 2012